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May 24, 2024

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Polish Pecan Cookies

1 cup butter 3 tbsp. vanilla extract 1/2 cup confectioners sugar 1 1⁄2 tbsp water 2 1⁄2 cups all purpose flour 2 cups pecan halves Confectioners sugar for rolling 1. Cream butter with vanilla extract, add confectioners sugar gradually, beating until fluffy. 2. Add water and beat thoroughly. 3. Add flour gradually, mixing until blended after each addition 4. If …

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Our Culinary Past

The history of culinary art is as old as the history of Poland. Mention of famous Polish feasts has come down to us from a thousand years ago, from the days of the reign of Poland’s first crowned king, Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaw the Brave). Poland’s monarch was host to Otto III, ruler of half of Europe, and as a token …

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Safeguard Against Human Trafficking

  TOMS RIVER, NJ – Human trafficking is a global crime. One unguarded moment can victimize anyone, of any age, anywhere. Learn its effects and how to guard against it during “Human Trafficking 101” in the Ocean County Library Toms River Branch, 6:30 PM Thursday, March 28. Susan Flynn of the New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking will describe how …

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Many Benefits of Preserved Green Space

It’s easy to take lands in their natural state for granted. An old forest or beautiful meadow in your town may have “always been there,” but unless the land has been permanently preserved, it may be built upon in the future. New Jerseyans seem to understand the wisdom of preserving land. Over the past 60-plus years, voters in the Garden …

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Warsaw Defeats Moscow In UN War of Words

Poland’s Sikorski set the record straight By Robert Strybel Warsaw Correspondent WARSAW–Poland’s top diplomat has responded to a hostile tirade by Russia’s envoy to the UN, successfully debunking his litany of anti-Ukrainian, anti-Polish and anti-Western lies and distortions. In response to Vasily Nebenzya’s allegation that “Ukraine is ruled by the criminal Kyiv regime,” Radosław Sikorski told the UN Security Council …

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Day of Dialogue At Chicago History Museum

ILLINOIS – On Saturday, March 16, 2024, from 10 am to 4 pm at the Chicago History Museum please join us for the free Community Celebration and Day of Dialogue Symposium. The Polish American Historical Association, the Polish Museum of America, and the Chicago History Museum will bring together a symposium featuring sessions on the current exhibition, Back Home: Polish …

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Our Schizophrenic Drug Policies

By Bill Donohue The more states legalize drugs, the more crowded hospital ER’s become. But the liberal elites in charge of dealing with this issue are unable to connect the dots. Their policies are downright incoherent. Indeed, they are schizophrenic. Connecticut lawmakers have sounded the alarms over drinking and driving and will soon decide whether to lower the state’s blood …

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